Fearless She Wrote
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Fearless She Wrote

Remembering the Sweetness at the Bitter End

How to honor love when the relationship ends

Photo by Tim Mossholder on Unsplash

I’m crying, and I really wish I’d stop. I don’t have to look at a calendar to know exactly how many months have passed since the end, but part of me feels a deep sense of shame that I can still feel this much grief so long after it’s over. But that’s the problem, isn’t it? Our feelings don’t end tidily when our…




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Crystal Jackson

Crystal Jackson

Former therapist. Author, Heart of Madison series. Poet. www.crystaljacksonwriter.com https://subscribe.to/crystaljackson https://linktr.ee/crystaljackson

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